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A short story about what happens when you hit a hard object in the water (rock). Most off the outboard brands have a protection system that makes sure the impact does not damage the engine. Here is an example, the pictures show how the drive sleeve and adapter look after. The plastic teeth on the left are originally straight. The impact made the propeller stop instantly and damaged the sleeve / adapter, this is supposed to happen.  Replacement is fast and easy.  (This is an example of a Mercury engine)

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How are Lifejackets and Buoyancy Aids Classified? 50N Buoyancy Aids – EN393 (11lbs / 5.5kg of buoyancy) These products are designed for competent swimmers, and are suitable for use in sheltered waters. They will only provide support to a conscious person who can normally help themselves. • Most common uses are active water sports such as dinghy sailing, board sports, kayaking, and on personal water craft (jet skis). • There are many styles and fits to suit the requirements of most water sports activities. 100 Newton Lifejacket – EN395 (23lbs / 11kg of buoyancy) These lifejackets are designed for both swimmers and...

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Some pictures off our trip to Naissaar. Our clients spend a day hiking and enjoying the nature.

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Training - Koolitus English § 39.  Requirements for skippers of recreational craft  (1) The skipper of recreational craft shall have relevant knowledge and skills.  (2) The requirements for the knowledge, skills and training of skippers of recreational craft and for the format of certificates of skippers of recreational craft shall be established by the Government of the Republic. A certificate of a skipper of recreational craft shall set out the permitted navigation area on the basis of the training of the skipper of the recreational craft. Navigation areas are:[RT I, 22.12.2010, 1 - entry into force 02.01.2011]  1) sea and...

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